‘LD cluster needed more tests’


PETALING JAYA: Proper routine screening for Covid-19 would have stopped the case spike at the Lahad Datu police headquarters and Tawau prison, say health experts.

Universiti Putra Malaysia medical epidemiologist and biostatistician Assoc Prof Dr Malina Osman believed that the standard operating procedure (SOP) was compromised.

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